DP World 'focused on containing costs'

9 February 2021

Port operator DP World is looking at measures to contain costs this year as the Covid-19 pandemic and international trade war make for an uncertain outlook.

Sultan Ahmed Bin Sulayem, group chairman and CEO of DP World, said: “Looking ahead, while 2021 has started encouragingly, the outlook remains uncertain given the continued issues surrounding the pandemic, geopolitical uncertainty in some parts of the world and the ongoing trade war.”

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